Rita guides you through a most loving and sacred yoga practice. Her gentle nature and lightness allow for the most wonderful unfolding to take place in her class. As a fellow student and teacher I am always appreciative of her gifts and radiant smile she shares with others. ... Aarti Ganesh           Read more...

Yoga for Health, Relaxation and Well-Being

Small Changes In Attitude Can Go A Long Way To Make Life Better……………….

A car needs an engine, a driver and a fuel to run. If any of these isn’t working well, the car won’t run smoothly. It might even break down completely. In the same way your Mind, Body and Soul must be in Harmony, otherwise like the car you won’t run smoothly and you may even breakdown. Yoga helps to keep you in good working order. It is Science Meditation, Postures and Breathing for your Mind, Body and Soul. It also includes Healthy Eating, Cleansing and Healing for that extra advantage, so that you can live life to its fullest

Relevance of Yoga today

Environment and tensions have crushed us physically, psychologically and mentally. Yoga is a hope to overcome all this. Even a little yogic exercise practiced scientifically, systematically and regularly can bring immense positive results. Short term and long term benefits depend on efforts put in.

Various aims can be achieved such as:

More focused, confident and relaxed
Increased physical fitness
Cure health disorders
Calm and stress-free mind
Increased awareness of the inter-relationship between body, mind and spirit

Who can do Yoga

Anyone, regardless of age, sex or physical disability.
However, if having medical history, must get checked with your Doctor before taking up Asanas.

Before You Begin there are certain precautions to follow:

  • Always breathe through the nose unless specific instructions are given to the contrary.
  • Do not eat before a Yoga session. Wait at least 4-5 hours after a heavy meal & 2-3 hours after a snack. One should take a breakfast or meals at least half an hour after Yoga exercises.
  • Wear light loose comfortable clothes that do not restrict your movements. Keep your feet bare. One should not continue wearing spectacles, contact lenses, wrist watch or ornaments during the performance of Asanas.
  • Always practice with full concentration and awareness. Do the asanas slowly and smoothly, paying attention to accuracy and alignment. Make sure you do not strain or force the body further than it naturally goes. Over a period of time and with regular practice you will become more flexible.
  • Adapt your practice to take account of how you are feeling. For example, if you are tired and lethargic after a long day at work, incorporate more restful forward bends.
  • Always end your session, however short, with five to ten minutes relaxation in savasana (corpse pose). This practice will allow any strain suffered by any part of body to get relaxed and the body will feel light.
  • DON'T bring cell phones to class or switch them off. Leave socializing and business outside the studio.
  • Regularity is the most important factor if you want to derive full benefits of the Yogasanas quickly.

Dr. Rita Khanna is a well-known name in the field of yoga and Naturopathy. She believes firmly that Yoga is a scientific process, which helps us to lead a healthy and disease-free life. She is also actively involved in practicing alternative medicines like Naturopathy. 

At present, Dr. Rita Khanna is teaching Yoga in Secunderabad. She has been treating and curing various diseases and disorders through Yoga, Diet and Naturopathy and has been achieving tremendous satisfaction in disseminating this virtue.

Courtesy: Dr, Rita Khanna
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